Hi All, On the weekend I changed the engine oil again and the brakes (front and rear) for the first time. The rear seems to be fine as a result. The front however... I think has a problem. It feels like the pads are gripping the disk all the time. There feels like there is too much friction. E.g. when I'm riding along and when I let off the throttle there seems to be a lot of strain on the front, much more than before. If it helps any here is basically the process that I did to change the pads: - Unbolt the caliper - Push the slide back to remove the pads - Press the pistons back as far as possible - Place the new pads in the caliper - Move the slide back over the pads - Put the caliper back over the disk - Bolt the caliper back on - Squeezed the brake lever until pressure was built up I was just wondering if there was a spring or something that I missed that is meant to retract the pistons just that little bit so that the pads aren't gripping the disk too much? Any help is appreciated. Here is the image if that helps. I don't know what the arrow is pointing at.